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Being that it’s Halloween, I decided to finally tackle this franchise from beginning to end this year, and I’m ready to share which ones are worth your time and which ones should find themselves at the bloody end of Jason’s machete. The things that I do for my loyal readers.
Looking to dance in Toronto in October? DJ FrankenSztein has got you covered on the following dates. Come on out and I’ll play your song! October 12 – 7 PM – 11 PM Bier Markt King Square One MississAuga October 13 – 6 PM – 10 PM Pogue Mahone Pub and Kitchen October 19 Private[…]
Looking to dance in Toronto in September? DJ FrankenSztein has got you covered on the following dates. Come on out and I’ll play your song! September 1, 10 PM – 2 AM Bier Market King Square One Club Night September 2 Private Event September 3, 11 AM – 3 PM Pour House Pub and Kitchen[…]
One guy who is seemingly incapable of making a bad film and is one of our only sources of original, big idea, big budget filmmaking is Christopher Nolan. The guy has officially been in the game for 20 years now, and with the release of his tenth film and his latest epic Dunkirk, I thought it would be fun to go through his canon of films and rank his films from great to masterpiece. Strap on in, because much like most of his films, we’re going out of chronological order for this one.
I’ve got some great shows coming up this month at four of Toronto’s finest establishments! Come on out and I’ll play your song! May 5, 9:00 PM – 2:00 AM Murphy’s Law Pub and Kitchen 1702 Queen St East May 7, 11:00 AM – 3:00 APM Brazen Head Irish Pub (Brunch Set) 165 East[…]
February is the Monday of Months. It’s cold, it’s dark, it’s damp, but I’ve got a couple of shows with some hot tunes that will warm you up to the tips of your toes. Hope to see you there! Never a cover charge!! Tuesday January 31, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Ryerson University Rink (Outdoors)[…]
As of this writing, we’re on the very cusp of the very first orange-twinged, twitter twit to take the office of the most powerful nation on earth. Of course, I’m talking about everyone’s favorite thin-skinned, failed business man, Donald Trump. Somehow, in between avoiding paying federal taxes and berating celebrities on reality television, American voters[…]
2016 was a rough year all around, but we don’t need to reiterate all the terrible things that happened throughout the year here. I’m here to disprove a notion that 2016 was a bad year for movies. I was under the same impression before I started compiling this list, and I have to say, it was really tough to narrow these choices down to ten. Sure, there may or may not have been that true, year-defining classic that will be talked about 20 years down the line the same way we look at a Pulp Fiction, a Saving Private Ryan, or even a Mad Max: Fury Road, but what we did get was a great level of consistently great movies throughout the entire year. Well, except for the summer blockbuster season. Most of those were pretty terrible.